This Saturday
The Ukulele Connection plays a unique blend of musical styles including standards, popular, bluegrass, and gospel songs. Bass, tenor, and banjo ukuleles along with a tuba, guitar, mandolin and harmonica provide the background for the three part vocals.

Musicians in June

June 7 - Jim Roeder
June 14 - Kevin Boyd
June 19 - Larry Lockwood
June 28 - Terry Stone

Okay Dads, June 14th is a great event for you to bring the kids to the Farmers Market. We have lots of activities for the kids and the kids can make dad a special surprise.

June 14 - Children's Festival 
June 14 -  Dads and kids day at the Market
June 14 -  Health fair in east lot: Bouncy House, Balloon Man, Tattoo painting Lady, Liquid chalk sidewalk drawings,  clown(s) and much more. Rain date June 19.
June 21 - Cake Walk. Proceeds will go to Friendly House Food Pantry.
June 28 - Children bring a white t-shirt.  They will decorate the t-shirts in red and blue paint (fireworks theme).

Crosswinds Farm just had their new "crop" of lambs come in. You just have to take a look at their Facebook page pictures She also has a blog with more wonderful pictures. while you are at the market stop and see Corrine and you can take home some wonderful greeting cards, yarn and home made treats that you can share on special occasions.

Strawberry, Blackberry, Blueberry, Raspberry lots of your favorite berries. I picked up some plain pastries and topped them with berries, oh what a treat.  Top it off with whipped cream or ice cream and you have a divine treat!  Enjoy!

At the Market in the morning,buy your lunch goodies and have a picnic lunch on the river then catch a game in the evening! 6:00 pm home games June 7,14,21 Click here for the River Bandits Schedule.

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